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5001 Antique Thadobati Singing Bowl with strong dual tone soundscape

Thadobati with a shiny finish and no visible markings. Strong dual tone soundscape where a solid low and singing high both ply for your attention. Excellent internal harmony. Very good sustain with both still evident on the end. The nice smooth rim is easily played with wood or leather, great volume with wands. With overtones at G#5, D6, C#7.

Widest Diameter: 4 7/8 inHeight: 2 3/8 in
Weight: 0.8 lbs = 381 grams
Size: Small
Overall Thickness: Average
Bowl Type: Thadobati
Artwork and etching state of preservation -  Exterior: Worn Smooth  Interior: Worn Smooth
Features: Thick Rim, Premium
Musical Note: G# 4, Middle OctaveApprox Frequency: 408 Hz
Bowl Number: 5001

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$110

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